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Billy Drummond

Billy Drummond

  • 欧美
  • 音乐家
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As a leader

  Native Colours (1991) With Steve Wilson, Steve Nelson, Renee Rosnes, Ray Drummond
  "Let's face it -- some jazz musicians have run the postbop groove into the ground, but Native Colors offers a fresh approach..." Kansas City Star
  The Gift (1993) With Peter Washington, Seamus Blake, Renee Rosnes
  "... imaginative, satisfying and memorable." JazzTimes
  Dubai (1995) With Chris Potter, Walt Weiskopf, Peter Washington
  Voted # 1 on New York Times jazz critic Peter Watrous' Top Ten List of 1996

  "...spins jazz on the head of a pin with stunning results." JazzTimes


  As co-leader
  Pas de Trois (2003) The Drummonds
  Mysterious Shorter (2006) Nicholas Payton, Bob Beldon, Sam Yahel, Billy Drummond, John Hart
  Once Upon a Time (2006) The Drummonds
  Letter to Evans (2006) The Drummonds
  Beautiful Friendship (2006) The Drummonds

  As band member
  Spiral Staircase (1989) Out of the Blue
  The Lost Chords (2004) Carla Bley and The Lost Chords
  Lost Chords Find Paolo Fresu (2007) Carla Bley and The Lost Chords
  Appearing Nightly (2008) Carla Bley and Her Remarkable Big Band

  As sideman

  Old Country (1990) With Nat Adderley
  Sam I Am (1990) With Sam Newsome
  In New York (1990) With Tomas Franck
  For the Moment (1990 With Renee Rosnes
  Hornucopia (1991) With Jon Faddis
  John Swana and Friends (1991) With John Swana
  Mirage (1991) With Bobby Hutcherson
  Better Times (1992) With Rob Bargad
  The Charmer (1992) With Charles Fambrough
  Epistrophy (1992) With Bill Pierce
  Simplicity (1992) With Walt Weiskopf
  Dawnbird (1993) With Vincent Herring
  Secret Love (1993) With Vincent Herring
  Blue Note Years (1993) With Joe Henderson
  Feeling's Mutual (1993) With John Swana
  Scheme of Things (1993) With Scott Wendholt
  In from the Cold (1994, Criss Cross) With Jonny King
  Without Words (1993) With Renee Rosnes
  Through the Shadows (1994) With Scott Wendholt
  Days of Wine and Roses (1994) With Vincent Herring
  For One Who Knows (1995) With Javon Jackson
  Ancestors (1995) With Renee Rosnes
  Notes from the Underground (1996) With Jonny King
  Young at Heart (1996) With James Moody
  Blue to the Bone (1996) With Dave Stryker
  From Now On (1996) With Scott Wendholt
  Look Within (1996) With Javon Jackson
  Shades of Blue (1996) With Bob Belden
  Brain Dance (1997) With Peter Bernstein
  Dearly Beloved (1997) With Lee Konitz
  Don't Blame Me (1997) With Bruce Barth
  Four Track Mind (1997) With Seamus Blake
  From Another Life (1997) With David Schumacher
  Good People (1997) With Javon Jackson
  Introducing Jim Rotundi (1997) With Jim Rotundi
  Meltdown (1997) With Jonny King
  Out of Nowhere (1997) With Lee Konitz/Paul Bley Quartet
  Song for My Mother (1997) With Walt Weiskopf
  Dreams of Gershwin (1998) With Eddie Henderson
  Early On: Evidence/Dawnbird (1998) With Vincent Herring
  Exile and Discovery (1998) With Donny McCaslin
  Heart of Darkness (1998) With Conrad Herwig
  Sleepless Nights (1998) With Walt Weiskopf
  Dedication (1998) With Steve Kuhn
  Countdown (1998) With Steve Kuhn
  True Blue (1998) With Archie Shepp
  Vertigo (1998) With Chris Potter
  Universal Spirits (1998) With Tim Ries
  Dusk (1999) With Andrew Hill
  Duke's Place (1999) With George Mraz
  Since You Were Mine (1999) With Sheila Cooper
  Everything I Need (1999) With Carol Fredette
  Out of the Dark (1999) With Andy Fusco
  Pleasant Valley (1999) With Javon Jackson
  Reemergence (1999) With Eddie Henderson
  Remembrance (1999) With Sadao Watanabe
  Rendezvous (1999) With Jerome Harris
  Search (1999) With Joel Weiskopf
  Sound of Love (1999) With Tommy Smith
  Art and Soul (1999) With Renee Rosnes
  The Best Things (2000) With Steve Kuhn
  Navigator (2000) With Joel Frahm
  Ask Me Now (2000) With Michael Urbaniak
  Siren (2000) With Walt Weiskopf
  Steal the Moon (2000) With Carolyn Leonhart
  Two Tenor Ballads (2000) With Mark Turner and Tadd Shull
  What Goes Unsaid (2000) With Scott Wendholt
  Temptation (2001) With Steve Kuhn
  Oasis (2001) With Eddie Henderson
  Song (2001) With Marty Ehrlich
  Workin' Out (2001) With John Campbell
  Cedars of Avalon (2001) with Larry Coryell
  Alternate Side (2001) With Tim Ries
  Waltz - Red Side (2002) With Steve Kuhn
  Waltz - Blue Side (2002) With Steve Kuhn
  Waltz for Debby (2002) With David Hazeltine
  Wurd on the Skreet (2002) With Donald Brown
  Looking for America (2003) With Carla Bley
  Line on Love (2003) With Marty Ehrlich
  Little Song (2003) With Sheila Jordan
  Strings (2003) With Jim Snidero
  Deja Vu (2003) With Archie Shepp
  French Ballads (2003) With Archie Shepp
  Tea for Two (2004) With Walt Weiskopf/Andy Fusco Quintet
  Dream Dancing (2004) With Steve Kuhn
  Close Up (2004) With Jim Snidero
  Sight to Sound (2004) With Walt Weiskopf
  Manhattan (2006) With David Hazeltine/George Mraz Tri
  Or Else (2006) With Gildas Bocle
  Cleopatra's Dream (2006) With David Hazeltine
  Pastorale (2007) With Steve Kuhn
  Baubles, Bangles and Beads (2007) With Steve Kuhn
  Pavanne for a Dead Princess (2007) With Steve Kuhn
  Blue Fable (2007) With Larry Willis
  Beautiful Love: The NYC Session Featuring Al D Meola (2008) With Eddie Gomez, Billy Drummond, Yutaka Kobaya
  Nights of Key Largo (2008) With Tessa Souter
  Moon River (2008) With Nicki Parrott
  Offering (2008) With Larry Willis
  Once Upon a Melody (2008) With Javon Jackson
  Crossfire (2009) With Jim Snidero
  Art of Organizing (2009) With Dr. Lonnie Smith
  Chick Corea Songbook (2009) With Manhattan Transfer
  Mutual Admiration Society (2009) with Joe Locke/David Hazeltine
  New Moon (2009) With Ron McLure
  Mays at the Movies (2009) With Bill Mays
  Crossfire (2009) With Jim Snidero
  One Night at the Kitano (2009) With Jed Levy
  Fly Me to the Moon (2009) With Nicki Parrott
  All My Friends Are Here (2010) Arif Mardin compilation
  I Will Wait for You (2010) With Steve Kuhn
  In Monk's Mood (2010) With John Tchicai
  Invitation (2010) With Beat Kaestli
  Cedar Chest: The Music of Cedar Walton (2010) Compilation
  Music of the Sphere: The Thelonious Monk Songbook (2010) Compilation
  "One of the most crisp, popping, and sensitive drummers around," says Modern Drummer magazine.

  "His capacity to spur on each soloist and add color to the ensemble is without equal," says the New York Jazz Record (formerly AllAboutJazz-New York). Critically-acclaimed drummer, educator and band leader Billy Drummond is, to quote Downbeat magazine: "one of the most called for players of his generation" who has performed and recorded with the world's greatest jazz artists, including Joe Henderson, Horace Silver, Sonny Rollins, J. J. Johnson, Nat Adderley, Bobby Hutcherson, Chris Potter, Joe Lovano, Buster Williams, Eddie Gomez, Lee Konitz, James Moody, Tony Malaby, Andrew Hill, Freddie Hubbard, Marty Ehrlich, Charles Tolliver, Sheila Jordan, Toots Thielemans, Jon Faddis, Walt Weiskopf, Charles Tolliver, Javon Jackson, Hank Jones, Vincent Herring, David Hazeltine, Joe Locke, Eddie Henderson, Larry Willis, and Archie Shepp, among many others. He is also part of the Grammy-nominated Carla Bley Big Band, and a long-time member of Carla Bley and the Lost Chords, as well as the Steve Kuhn Trio.

  Drummond took up drums at age four, was playing in bands from age eight, and was already teaching adults at age 14, employed by his drum teacher, before going on to study at Shenandoah Conservatory. His father, who was also a drummer, and whose record collection included many of the classic recordings of Miles Davis, Art Blakey, Max Roach, Buddy Rich and Elvin Jones, was a major early influence. Later influences include Tony Williams, Billy Higgins, Philly Joe Jones, Jack DeJohnette, Billy Hart, and Al Foster. It was at Foster's behest, in 1986, that Drummond moved to New York, where he almost immediately joined the young band, "Out of the Blue" (OTB), with whom he recorded for Blue Note Records, before being invited to join piano master Horace Silver's Sextet, touring extensively with him, and, later, J.J. Johnson and Sonny Rollins, with whom he toured for three years.

  Characterized by "seriousness ... depth of thought ... and the kind of highly refined intelligence that Max Roach introduced to drumming" [Stanley Crouch], Drummond, "a powerful and highly musical drummer" [AllAboutJazz], in addition to being one of the most sought-after sidemen, who has recorded well over 250 CDs in all genres of jazz, is "one of the hippest band leaders now at work." [Downbeat] He has made several critically acclaimed CDs - six as a co-leader and three as a leader, including Dubai, which was voted Number 1 on the Top 10 Best of 1996 by the New York Times, who praised his "fertile, exciting music ... textural changes and charged improvisation." Juggling a busy touring and recording schedule, Drummond currently leads the New York-based band Freedom of Ideas and is also Professor of Jazz Drums at the Juilliard School of Music and NYU in New York.


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    As a leader

      Native Colours (1991) With Steve Wilson, Steve Nelson, Renee Rosnes, Ray Drummond
      "Let's face it -- some jazz musicians have run the postbop groove into the ground, but Native Colors offers a fresh approach..." Kansas City Star
      The Gift (1993) With Peter Washington, Seamus Blake, Renee Rosnes
      "... imaginative, satisfying and memorable." JazzTimes
      Dubai (1995) With Chris Potter, Walt Weiskopf, Peter Washington
      Voted # 1 on New York Times jazz critic Peter Watrous' Top Ten List of 1996

      "...spins jazz on the head of a pin with stunning results." JazzTimes


      As co-leader
      Pas de Trois (2003) The Drummonds
      Mysterious Shorter (2006) Nicholas Payton, Bob Beldon, Sam Yahel, Billy Drummond, John Hart
      Once Upon a Time (2006) The Drummonds
      Letter to Evans (2006) The Drummonds
      Beautiful Friendship (2006) The Drummonds

      As band member
      Spiral Staircase (1989) Out of the Blue
      The Lost Chords (2004) Carla Bley and The Lost Chords
      Lost Chords Find Paolo Fresu (2007) Carla Bley and The Lost Chords
      Appearing Nightly (2008) Carla Bley and Her Remarkable Big Band

      As sideman

      Old Country (1990) With Nat Adderley
      Sam I Am (1990) With Sam Newsome
      In New York (1990) With Tomas Franck
      For the Moment (1990 With Renee Rosnes
      Hornucopia (1991) With Jon Faddis
      John Swana and Friends (1991) With John Swana
      Mirage (1991) With Bobby Hutcherson
      Better Times (1992) With Rob Bargad
      The Charmer (1992) With Charles Fambrough
      Epistrophy (1992) With Bill Pierce
      Simplicity (1992) With Walt Weiskopf
      Dawnbird (1993) With Vincent Herring
      Secret Love (1993) With Vincent Herring
      Blue Note Years (1993) With Joe Henderson
      Feeling's Mutual (1993) With John Swana
      Scheme of Things (1993) With Scott Wendholt
      In from the Cold (1994, Criss Cross) With Jonny King
      Without Words (1993) With Renee Rosnes
      Through the Shadows (1994) With Scott Wendholt
      Days of Wine and Roses (1994) With Vincent Herring
      For One Who Knows (1995) With Javon Jackson
      Ancestors (1995) With Renee Rosnes
      Notes from the Underground (1996) With Jonny King
      Young at Heart (1996) With James Moody
      Blue to the Bone (1996) With Dave Stryker
      From Now On (1996) With Scott Wendholt
      Look Within (1996) With Javon Jackson
      Shades of Blue (1996) With Bob Belden
      Brain Dance (1997) With Peter Bernstein
      Dearly Beloved (1997) With Lee Konitz
      Don't Blame Me (1997) With Bruce Barth
      Four Track Mind (1997) With Seamus Blake
      From Another Life (1997) With David Schumacher
      Good People (1997) With Javon Jackson
      Introducing Jim Rotundi (1997) With Jim Rotundi
      Meltdown (1997) With Jonny King
      Out of Nowhere (1997) With Lee Konitz/Paul Bley Quartet
      Song for My Mother (1997) With Walt Weiskopf
      Dreams of Gershwin (1998) With Eddie Henderson
      Early On: Evidence/Dawnbird (1998) With Vincent Herring
      Exile and Discovery (1998) With Donny McCaslin
      Heart of Darkness (1998) With Conrad Herwig
      Sleepless Nights (1998) With Walt Weiskopf
      Dedication (1998) With Steve Kuhn
      Countdown (1998) With Steve Kuhn
      True Blue (1998) With Archie Shepp
      Vertigo (1998) With Chris Potter
      Universal Spirits (1998) With Tim Ries
      Dusk (1999) With Andrew Hill
      Duke's Place (1999) With George Mraz
      Since You Were Mine (1999) With Sheila Cooper
      Everything I Need (1999) With Carol Fredette
      Out of the Dark (1999) With Andy Fusco
      Pleasant Valley (1999) With Javon Jackson
      Reemergence (1999) With Eddie Henderson
      Remembrance (1999) With Sadao Watanabe
      Rendezvous (1999) With Jerome Harris
      Search (1999) With Joel Weiskopf
      Sound of Love (1999) With Tommy Smith
      Art and Soul (1999) With Renee Rosnes
      The Best Things (2000) With Steve Kuhn
      Navigator (2000) With Joel Frahm
      Ask Me Now (2000) With Michael Urbaniak
      Siren (2000) With Walt Weiskopf
      Steal the Moon (2000) With Carolyn Leonhart
      Two Tenor Ballads (2000) With Mark Turner and Tadd Shull
      What Goes Unsaid (2000) With Scott Wendholt
      Temptation (2001) With Steve Kuhn
      Oasis (2001) With Eddie Henderson
      Song (2001) With Marty Ehrlich
      Workin' Out (2001) With John Campbell
      Cedars of Avalon (2001) with Larry Coryell
      Alternate Side (2001) With Tim Ries
      Waltz - Red Side (2002) With Steve Kuhn
      Waltz - Blue Side (2002) With Steve Kuhn
      Waltz for Debby (2002) With David Hazeltine
      Wurd on the Skreet (2002) With Donald Brown
      Looking for America (2003) With Carla Bley
      Line on Love (2003) With Marty Ehrlich
      Little Song (2003) With Sheila Jordan
      Strings (2003) With Jim Snidero
      Deja Vu (2003) With Archie Shepp
      French Ballads (2003) With Archie Shepp
      Tea for Two (2004) With Walt Weiskopf/Andy Fusco Quintet
      Dream Dancing (2004) With Steve Kuhn
      Close Up (2004) With Jim Snidero
      Sight to Sound (2004) With Walt Weiskopf
      Manhattan (2006) With David Hazeltine/George Mraz Tri
      Or Else (2006) With Gildas Bocle
      Cleopatra's Dream (2006) With David Hazeltine
      Pastorale (2007) With Steve Kuhn
      Baubles, Bangles and Beads (2007) With Steve Kuhn
      Pavanne for a Dead Princess (2007) With Steve Kuhn
      Blue Fable (2007) With Larry Willis
      Beautiful Love: The NYC Session Featuring Al D Meola (2008) With Eddie Gomez, Billy Drummond, Yutaka Kobaya
      Nights of Key Largo (2008) With Tessa Souter
      Moon River (2008) With Nicki Parrott
      Offering (2008) With Larry Willis
      Once Upon a Melody (2008) With Javon Jackson
      Crossfire (2009) With Jim Snidero
      Art of Organizing (2009) With Dr. Lonnie Smith
      Chick Corea Songbook (2009) With Manhattan Transfer
      Mutual Admiration Society (2009) with Joe Locke/David Hazeltine
      New Moon (2009) With Ron McLure
      Mays at the Movies (2009) With Bill Mays
      Crossfire (2009) With Jim Snidero
      One Night at the Kitano (2009) With Jed Levy
      Fly Me to the Moon (2009) With Nicki Parrott
      All My Friends Are Here (2010) Arif Mardin compilation
      I Will Wait for You (2010) With Steve Kuhn
      In Monk's Mood (2010) With John Tchicai
      Invitation (2010) With Beat Kaestli
      Cedar Chest: The Music of Cedar Walton (2010) Compilation
      Music of the Sphere: The Thelonious Monk Songbook (2010) Compilation
      "One of the most crisp, popping, and sensitive drummers around," says Modern Drummer magazine.

      "His capacity to spur on each soloist and add color to the ensemble is without equal," says the New York Jazz Record (formerly AllAboutJazz-New York). Critically-acclaimed drummer, educator and band leader Billy Drummond is, to quote Downbeat magazine: "one of the most called for players of his generation" who has performed and recorded with the world's greatest jazz artists, including Joe Henderson, Horace Silver, Sonny Rollins, J. J. Johnson, Nat Adderley, Bobby Hutcherson, Chris Potter, Joe Lovano, Buster Williams, Eddie Gomez, Lee Konitz, James Moody, Tony Malaby, Andrew Hill, Freddie Hubbard, Marty Ehrlich, Charles Tolliver, Sheila Jordan, Toots Thielemans, Jon Faddis, Walt Weiskopf, Charles Tolliver, Javon Jackson, Hank Jones, Vincent Herring, David Hazeltine, Joe Locke, Eddie Henderson, Larry Willis, and Archie Shepp, among many others. He is also part of the Grammy-nominated Carla Bley Big Band, and a long-time member of Carla Bley and the Lost Chords, as well as the Steve Kuhn Trio.

      Drummond took up drums at age four, was playing in bands from age eight, and was already teaching adults at age 14, employed by his drum teacher, before going on to study at Shenandoah Conservatory. His father, who was also a drummer, and whose record collection included many of the classic recordings of Miles Davis, Art Blakey, Max Roach, Buddy Rich and Elvin Jones, was a major early influence. Later influences include Tony Williams, Billy Higgins, Philly Joe Jones, Jack DeJohnette, Billy Hart, and Al Foster. It was at Foster's behest, in 1986, that Drummond moved to New York, where he almost immediately joined the young band, "Out of the Blue" (OTB), with whom he recorded for Blue Note Records, before being invited to join piano master Horace Silver's Sextet, touring extensively with him, and, later, J.J. Johnson and Sonny Rollins, with whom he toured for three years.

      Characterized by "seriousness ... depth of thought ... and the kind of highly refined intelligence that Max Roach introduced to drumming" [Stanley Crouch], Drummond, "a powerful and highly musical drummer" [AllAboutJazz], in addition to being one of the most sought-after sidemen, who has recorded well over 250 CDs in all genres of jazz, is "one of the hippest band leaders now at work." [Downbeat] He has made several critically acclaimed CDs - six as a co-leader and three as a leader, including Dubai, which was voted Number 1 on the Top 10 Best of 1996 by the New York Times, who praised his "fertile, exciting music ... textural changes and charged improvisation." Juggling a busy touring and recording schedule, Drummond currently leads the New York-based band Freedom of Ideas and is also Professor of Jazz Drums at the Juilliard School of Music and NYU in New York.


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